Louis J.'s Story
Louis J. LeBlanc, 84, of Middleton, passed away peacefully on March 29th surrounded by family.
Lou was born June 20, 1932 in Memramcook, New Brunswick, Canada to Tilmon and Armezine LeBlanc.
He was a Korean war veteran for two years and was honorably discharged in 1954. The following year, June 23, 1955 he married his sweetheart Irene and they began their life together for 62 years.
Lou’s life passion was Automotive repair. He owned and operated Lou’s Service Center, Maple St., Middleton, for many years until he retired. His customers valued his knowledge of car repair and service.
For years, family and friends were entertained by Lou playing his guitar and harmonica.
He belonged to the American Legion, Post 227 for several years. And he was a parishioner of the St. Agnes church in Middleton in which he was an usher for 30 years at every Sunday Mass.
Lou was a devoted husband and father. His good nature and friendly smile will forever be in our hearts. He will be dearly missed.
Lou is survived by his wife, Irene of 62 years; son, Bernard LeBlanc; son, Mike LeBlanc of Haverhill, and son, Ronald LeBlanc of Haverhill; and one daughter, Debbie( Savoie) Hussey and her husband, Kenneth of Belmont, N.H.
Lou is also survived by four grandsons who gave him great joy during his retirement years, Sean and Jeffrey Savoie of Fort Myers, Fla. and Josh and Dylan LeBlanc of Beverly.
Also sisters, Florence Bennett, Theresa Bresnahan, Lucille Vautour, Berthe Gallant and Rose-Marie Deschambault, and brothers, Eddie, Romeo and Paul LeBlanc, numerous nieces and nephews.
Visitation on Sunday, April 2nd from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Mackey Funeral Home, 128 S. Main St., Middleton. A Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, April 3, at 11 a.m. in St. Agnes Parish, Middleton. Interment Private. See www.mackeyfuneralhome.com.
Published on  March 31, 2017